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sen·sate

(sen'sāt),
Able to perceive touch and other sensations; used in reference to patients who have had partial nerve or spinal cord injuries.

sensate

(sĕn′sāt′) also

sensated

(-sā′tĭd)
adj.
1. Perceived by a sense or the senses.
2. Having physical sensation.

sen′sate′ly adv.

sensate

[sen′sāt]
capable of perceiving sensory stimuli.

sen·sate

(sen'sāt)
Able to perceive touch and other sensations; used in reference to patients who have had partial nerve or spinal cord injuries.

sensate

Perceived by the senses.

sen·sate

(sen'sāt)
Able to perceive touch and other sensations.

Patient discussion about sensate

Q. What causes a warm sensation in your foot I have a warm sensation at sole of left foot lasting 5-10 second From time to time I get a warm sensation at the sole of my foot lasting about 5-10 seconds. Started about 2 months ago.

A. Frankly? Although it's tempting to try to give you diagnosis here, these kinds of complaints are so varied and can point to so many different directions I would refrain from doing it. In my opinion you should see a doctor. It's impossible to give a diagnosis based on one line. Sorry...

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I know the way the struck chord begins to shudder, fierce heat rising into the skin of my own sensate palms.
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